Nearly 100 Contractors Join Service Roundtable During Inaugural Month

(DALLAS, Texas) – Ninety contractors joined the Service Roundtable for Plumbing during its first month, company officials reported today. “The Service Roundtable is off to an even faster start in the plumbing industry than HVAC,” reported Matt Michel, Service Roundtable’s CEO. “A lot of plumbers can turn a wrench,” said Randall Hilton, the Service Roundtable’s Plumbing Czar, “but we help them turn a profit. Everyone wants more sales, more profit, and more time, which is why plumbers join.” The Service Roundtable is a revolutionary contractor group that delivers new sales, marketing, and business management tools to its members every week. Using the Internet to keep membership costs low, the Service Roundtable only charges contractors $50. After taking the air conditioning industry by storm, the company launched a plumbing version September 1. "In my opinion, every contractor, in most any trade should be hooping and hollering about the content of materials that can make their business's hum,” according to Kevin Shaw of Kevin Shaw Plumbing in Monrovia. “If they cannot afford $50.00 per month for a 6 month trial they shouldn't be in business. One or two of the many pieces sent out already is worth the price of admission." “The Service Roundtable has been a real Godsend for us,” says St. Louis plumber Joe Milligan. “Thanks to the many Pros both at the roundtable and the caliber of the member companies, we have been able to avoid numerous costly pitfalls that we would have otherwise not even seen coming.” Milligan credits the Service Roundtable with saving him “over ten times what it costs to be a member." Serving the HVAC and plumbing industries, the Service Roundtable is the world’s largest and fastest growing private contractor group. Memberships are available for $50 on a monthly basis or less on an annual basis. For more information visit their website at Nearly 100 Contractors Join Service Roundtable During Inaugural Month (DALLAS, Texas) – Ninety contractors joined the Service Roundtable for Plumbing during its first month, company officials reported today. “The Service Roundtable is off to an even faster start in the plumbing industry than HVAC,” reported Matt Michel, Service Roundtable’s CEO. “A lot of plumbers can turn a wrench,” said Randall Hilton, the Service Roundtable’s Plumbing Czar, “but we help them turn a profit. Everyone wants more sales, more profit, and more time, which is why plumbers join.” The Service Roundtable is a revolutionary contractor group that delivers new sales, marketing, and business management tools to its members every week. Using the Internet to keep membership costs low, the Service Roundtable only charges contractors $50. After taking the air conditioning industry by storm, the company launched a plumbing version September 1. "In my opinion, every contractor, in most any trade should be hooping and hollering about the content of materials that can make their business's hum,” according to Kevin Shaw of Kevin Shaw Plumbing in Monrovia. “If they cannot afford $50.00 per month for a 6 month trial they shouldn't be in business. One or two of the many pieces sent out already is worth the price of admission." “The Service Roundtable has been a real Godsend for us,” says St. Louis plumber Joe Milligan. “Thanks to the many Pros both at the roundtable and the caliber of the member companies, we have been able to avoid numerous costly pitfalls that we would have otherwise not even seen coming.” Milligan credits the Service Roundtable with saving him “over ten times what it costs to be a member." Serving the HVAC and plumbing industries, the Service Roundtable is the world’s largest and fastest growing private contractor group. Memberships are available for $50 on a monthly basis or less on an annual basis. For more information visit their website at www.serviceroundtable.com.

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